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Old 01-03-2019, 12:03 PM   #1
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Colorado Springs RV parks?

We are going to be in Colorado Springs this May for just a couple of days on our way to Sacramento.

Would like some input for places to stay? We have 24' Thor Citation Class C Diesel that we take/park everywhere without a toad.

Would like to see Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods. Any other recommendations for our limited stay is appreciated.
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Google Manitou Springs rv campgrounds.
Garden of the gods camp grounds.

Most all on 24 heading to pikes peak east of I 25.

A very unique historic area.

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Another good choice would be Cheyenne Mountain State Park, I've stayed there and it is IMHO better than Garden of the Gods where I've stayed also. You have a lot more privacy between campsites. Also neat to look out at the lights below you at night.
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I agree on the Cheyenne mountain campground.
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We are going to be in Colorado Springs this May for just a couple of days on our way to Sacramento.

Would like some input for places to stay? We have 24' Thor Citation Class C Diesel that we take/park everywhere without a toad.

Would like to see Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods. Any other recommendations for our limited stay is appreciated.
I'd recommend that you just drive through the sites you have in Mind, then Head out RT 24 to Buena Vista - see the Real Colorado - and Camp in the Mountains - Arkansas River and Rafting - Collegiates - Browns Canyon NM - Leadville - Turquoise Lake - Camp Hale - Independence Pass - Cottonwood Pass........................Beautiful and Fun, maybe even Hike a 14er

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I agree on the Cheyenne mountain campground.


There are around four different campground Spurs to choose from. Anyone of them particularly better suited than another?
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maybe even Hike a 14er

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You realize that maybe a handful of people on the forum know what you are talking about , and at least I (being in better shape than most of our RV brethren ) have told my wife, the hike master, to not even think about it.

On the other hand, if you count walking across the parking lot at the top of Pikes Peak; put me down for checking one off .




When we stayed in Colorado Spings for a few nights summer ‘16, we just stayed at the Garden Of the Gods RV Park. Yes, it’s tight with your neighbors, but clean and was convenient for our agenda.

As for the OP visiting Pikes Peak, not sure that you would want to take even your smaller RV up the hill, or even if they would let you in the gate. Not sure about access to the cog railway to the top. I’m sure you can find more info on line.....

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You realize that maybe a handful of people on the forum know what you are talking about , and at least I (being in better shape than most of our RV brethren ) have told my wife, the hike master, to not even think about it.

On the other hand, if you count walking across the parking lot at the top of Pikes Peak; put me down for checking one off .

When we stayed in Colorado Spings for a few nights summer ‘16, we just stayed at the Garden Of the Gods RV Park. Yes, it’s tight with your neighbors, but clean and was convenient for our agenda.

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Oh I think you might be surprised at the number of People who Know of what I Speak and I'm pretty sure more than 5 have Climbed/Hiked one.

https://www.denverpost.com/2017/06/1...ners-map-list/

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I'd recommend that you just drive through the sites you have in Mind, then Head out RT 24 to Buena Vista - see the Real Colorado - and Camp in the Mountains - Arkansas River and Rafting - Collegiates - Browns Canyon NM - Leadville - Turquoise Lake - Camp Hale - Independence Pass - Cottonwood Pass........................Beautiful and Fun, maybe even Hike a 14er



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Well, I am a over 60 out of shape Marine. I have hiked mountains in Norway during cold weather training 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle... so a box close to the 14ers is already checked!

I am VERY interested in the opportunities you have given us to explore! You mentioned ‘Camp in the Mountains’. Is there BLM or something similar to boondock on?

Will likely take RT 24 to Buena Vista and up to Leadville. Stopping at scenic places like Collegiate and Turquoise Lake.

From there we go south to Albuquerque to visit some old friends before heading to California and Sequoia & Yosemite NP’s. Then to wedding in Sacramento.
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Well, I am a over 60 out of shape Marine. I have hiked mountains in Norway during cold weather training 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle... so a box close to the 14ers is already checked!

I am VERY interested in the opportunities you have given us to explore! You mentioned ‘Camp in the Mountains’. Is there BLM or something similar to boondock on?

Will likely take RT 24 to Buena Vista and up to Leadville. Stopping at scenic places like Collegiate and Turquoise Lake.

From there we go south to Albuquerque to visit some old friends before heading to California and Sequoia & Yosemite NP’s. Then to wedding in Sacramento.
Look these over for info;

https://freecampsites.net/#!Buena%20...ado&research=1

https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/psic...a/?recid=81960

https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/whit...a/?recid=41329

Independence Pass Colorado Camping Information

https://2fanrgs.blogspot.com/2017/07...of-pagosa.html

The list goes on and on...........Along with many good options in the Commercial side also - Weekends are Very Popular so keep that in Mind.

We have always enjoyed our time there - Summers days in Leadville (10,000') will always give a welcome retreat from the Denver/Colorado Springs Heat

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This from one of my old Post's and some of it may add too and may help.

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Lot of great suggestions;

Let me add My Welcome to Colorado from an earlier post;

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Might give you too much but will also give you some things to put into the plan.

Colorado, and the many options for a trip.


Let me start off by saying that IMHO Colorado offers as much Adventure and Beauty as any part of the country – add to that that is very close to the center of the US – Close to Yellowstone and Utah - and it’s exceptional weather make it a great destination vacation.


In my first dozen plus trips to Colorado I usually traveled to RMNP and Colorado Springs. Having spent most of my life either on the left coast or the right coast I actually only did the touristy drive through when going from one coast to the other. I never really was able to spend much time just being immersed in the culture or the people and land of the state. Having seen the Coors commercials I was under the impression that Golden was a town located deep in the Rockies – not just 15 minutes from downtown Denver, you can imagine my surprise when I discovered this. In the 90’s my son was invited to Vail for a July 4th sports tournament, so we visited every summer while he was in College, arriving in Vail from, Colorado Springs – Albuquerque – and Salt Lake – Denver – Giving me an opportunity to learn a little about the state and the many drives/areas it offers, this started to Open my eyes, exposing me to the many attractions and so much more about the state. Then when my son moved there in 2002 and I discovered that I had only scratched the surface and would spend the next 5 years learning more about the state.


With my truth in a very limited -knowledge, on the state of Colorado I will move forward with my personal suggestions for a week (Or month) or two in Colorado – a sort of 7-17 days to see the state. You need to Understand that I believe this is one of the last great Wild Places in the US, and is IMHO a National Park, once you hit the Foothills. You need to set aside twice the time you think if you really want to, enjoy, see, touch, Love this state the way it deserves. If you take the time, you will return again and again – Discovering that it has just so many surprises – all of which just continue to amaze me.

So let’s start at the obvious spot, Denver/ Golden – you could start with a tour of the Coors brewery catch dinner in the town and then have a great walk along Clear Creek, you will need a little planning to get a site in the CG (Clear Creek CG)as it has now been Discovered and is normally FULL. (an option is JeffCoFairgrounds). Because I have 4 Granddaughters in Colorado and this is the closest CG I am slightly biased as to how great it is. It is within walking distance of – restaurants/Main Street – Community Center – Library – Coors – Downtown Golden.

Peak to Peak drive is the next thing I would insist that you experience – for me I would base camp in Golden and make this drive a couple of times, or make the loop across Trail Ridge and Berthoud Pass – not a drive for the faint of heart (In the RV)as both offer switch backs and areas free from guard rails on some very impressive grades to get over and down from these Passes.(the reason for the base camp is to allow a couple of good drives. (Peak to Peak and Trail Ridge) Along with these drives are an unlimited number of areas to take great hikes – just do a quick search and you will not be disappointed, almost every jurisdiction will have dedicated Open Space areas with great trails /hikes.


Most people will start in Rocky Mountain NP – I am sure most are aware of the Pine Beetle Kill – it has decimated the beautiful green forest of RMNP – making it a very different trip from what it was just 5-6 years ago. Still it is RMNP and it does have some very impressive natural features and hikes to offer. IMHO Estes is (the east side of the park – where most visit) just not that attractive in the tourist season. (a personal Bias as I tend to go where and when the crowds are not) The Camp Grounds leave much to be desired and the town is much too crowded for my personal taste. With that said I love to visit and spend time on the other side of the park – WEST- at Grand Lake a smaller town with still a sort of quaint feel about it, much more family oriented and not nearly as crowded. The drive from one side of the park to the other over Trail Ridge is not to be missed – the many hiking areas away from the crowds are many and varied – from Longs Peaks- 14,000’+ to many of the hikes to lesser known peaks and lakes, more than enough to spend the entire trip on and only scratch the surface. ( if you were to drive over Trail Ridge you could make a quick run to The Steamboat area –Lakes –Town - State Parks – just lots to see and do in this area then just head down to Dillon and pick up there)


Leaving Golden I would head out Rt 6, driving along Clear Creek to Idaho Springs and the entrance onto I-70 going through the tunnel (actually a number of tunnels – 6?) and getting off on at Rt 91 and heading to Leadville, Highest incorporated Town in the US 10,000’and home of Quincy's SteakHouse for a Leadville dinner. Turquoise Lake, 4X4 trails, historic town, and base for a day trip over Independence Pass and a dash to Maroon Bells in Aspen. This trip is good anytime the pass is open but is truly spectacular in the last week of September when the Aspen turn GOLD. (this is taken in the Toad or TV as it is a restricted length road)


From Leadville down to Buena Vista – home of the Arkansas River Rafting adventures – great in the early summer with the snow melt. If you have missed the rafting at its peak, not to worry, as the trails and drives in the Collegiate Peaks are again very special, you can get all the way over to Crested Butte – a very neat little ski town – by 4X4 or gravel road. (Home of Bud Light commercials and Crystal Mill)

If you are into crossing National Parks off a list then the next destination would be Great Sand Dunes NP, this could be a Toad drive or a stop but unless you just love sand in your shoes you see most of it pretty quickly.


Now for some difficult decisions – Gunnison area – Lake City – Ouray – Telluride - Trout Lake - Silverton – Black Canyon of the Gunnison NP – Gunnison Lake – Fly Fishing Hikes and 4X4 trails that are hard to believe if you have the time all of the aforementioned areas are special. Gunnison is the center geographically, and will allow you to resupply, Lake City – wild – beautiful – isolated – 4x4 trails – Ouray – must see – the Alps in Colorado – hot Springs – Hikes Drives – Silverton – the middle of the San Juan’s – many of the 4x4 trails will bring you here – just a great area – Black Canyon – Surprising! – must see – on and on as you travel in this area. Notice I have left out Mesa Verde and Durango, so you certainly should/could include these, as both are interesting, just – for me again Durango is too Large/crowded – Mesa Verde is IMHO more of a to be included in Utah, and can be seen in a later time of year when the rest of Colorado is immersed in Winter.


Lake City – Just a special little town that still has a western charm that is hard to match – 4X4 trails to die for – hikes – lakes – 14ers – fish – Creede and on and on – it is just located in something close to an unspoiled paradise. JMHO.


Ouray or Ridgway SP – would be the logical base camp choice – central location – hot springs – CG – Near Silverton – more trails – Telluride just over the mountain – Hikes -- 4X4 trails just a great location and neat little town/area
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Silverton – in the middle of it all – if you are really into the backcountry this might just be for you – they have CG’s in town but you can easily Boondock in the NF – train – 4X4 trails – quaint – beautiful – but isolated.


Now if the weather is really cool you can always bounce over to Utah and warm up if it’s great and if you need more Colorado head up to Delta and Rt 133, catch Marble and Redstone before getting back on I-70 two interesting areas with neat little histories. If you did not get over to Maroon Bells catch it now – this is a great treat that I will never visit too often.


Now if you are headed West just follow the route into Moab – if you are headed back to Denver just take I-70 back – the over and under highway along the Colorado River just East of Glenwood Springs is considered one of the most beautiful parts on the Interstate Highway system and it will head through Vail and right back into Denver – If you can remember to get off at the exit (exit 243) just east of Idaho Springs you can take Rt 6 back to Rt 58 into the City.


The other Option, if you are headed South is to head down to Mesa Verde NP/Cortez by using Rt 145 or through Silverton Rt 550 to Durango and over (Note that 550 is a road that some love and other just think everyone should stay off -- I’ll drive it every time I have a chance but google it to see pictures)

The other popular option is to head to Utah – either from Grand Junction (Colorado Monument) or 141 or 90 over to Rt 191 – if you take I-70 try to remember to get off at exit 214 then follow Rt 128 into Moab –just a Special Drive.

Well that’ my welcome to Colorado Loop – just to drive it and only “see” most of it would take the week and just not be fair but if you really push, it can get you into the state so you return Often to Hike – Bike – Drive, many of the wild and Beautiful areas that are offered. Or you can take your time spending weeks in every location and still return to discover more adventures.

Hope this helps to get your interest up for Colorado.

Not a fan of the Springs - just too much really good to see.

With your timeline and location head north catching some of these;

Silverton
Ouray
Black Canyon of the Gunnison
Marble
Maroon Bells
Rifle
Dinosaur NM
Flaming Gorge
Jackson

Hope this is of some help,

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Oh I think you might be surprised at the number of People who Know of what I Speak and I'm pretty sure more than 5 have Climbed/Hiked one.

https://www.denverpost.com/2017/06/1...ners-map-list/

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That’s a really good article on how to prepare to do a 14. I’d be interested in knowing just how much “basic” altitude acclimation time and at what “base” altitude it takes given being in good shape otherwise for the easier hikes. Not sure if I’m going to show my hike master though, she may get some ideas .

I’d say in general, 9k doesn’t really bother us after a few days or so, but we learned to ease into hiking once we get above 6k, but always still be cognizant of altitude in our adventures.

We did the Jeb Wiebe trail (3 miles, 9k-10k I guess) in Telluride the day after flying into Denver and driving to Telluride 5 or 6 years ago. It was a bit more of a challenge than we expected, but just took our time; interestingly we stopped in Vail on the way there and I got a bit light headed, a first for me.

On the other hand when we stopped in CO Springs, we had been above 6k most of the summer and near Glenwood Springs and in Brekinridge the 2 weeks prior, and just walking around the top of Pikes Peak we could really feel it.

The summer I worked in the pit at Climax (11.3), and lived in Brek., the altitude never bothered me at all, but I was 20 years old then...........

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That’s a really good article on how to prepare to do a 14. I’d be interested in knowing just how much “basic” altitude acclimation time and at what “base” altitude it takes given being in good shape otherwise for the easier hikes. Not sure if I’m going to show my hike master though, she may get some ideas .

I’d say in general, 9k doesn’t really bother us after a few days or so, but we learned to ease into hiking once we get above 6k, but always still be cognizant of altitude in our adventures.

We did the Jeb Wiebe trail (3 miles, 9k-10k I guess) in Telluride the day after flying into Denver and driving to Telluride 5 or 6 years ago. It was a bit more of a challenge than we expected, but just took our time; interestingly we stopped in Vail on the way there and I got a bit light headed, a first for me.

On the other hand when we stopped in CO Springs, we had been above 6k most of the summer and near Glenwood Springs and in Brekinridge the 2 weeks prior, and just walking around the top of Pikes Peak we could really feel it.

The summer I worked in the pit at Climax (11.3), and lived in Brek., the altitude never bothered me at all, but I was 20 years old then...........

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The ability to "Acclimate" is different for all of us - age and condition have a lot to do with it we have found.

Son Played Pro Lacrosse in Denver and it was just not fair for the visiting teams - as they all seemed to just not have much left in the 4th Quarter.

You can see this in Pro Football if you watch the Broncos.

I can honestly say that 10-15 years ago it was really not an Issue after a couple days, but now..........well it takes most of a month with elevation and hikes needed often to stay "In Shape" .... But that said there is really no State Like it.........Wild and Beautiful, even if we do not get to tops of the 14'ers anymore Looking Up at them will Never get Old.

Thanks for letting me Ramble a bit about Colorado - Just Love it . --
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I live near Colorado Springs. My 1st choice would be Cheyenne Mountain State Park. If you pull up a map of that park, look for any of the sites that are on the right side of any of the 4 loops. If I remember right, everyone of those have a view. I would not stay at Garden Of The Gods RV Park. I have, won't do that again.

Also I would not plan on driving your RV up the toll road to Pikes Peak. This last summer they were doing busses from about half way to the top. There is construction going on at the top so very little parking. The Cog Railway is not open next year, so traffic is a problem. Ride the buss.

May in Colorado can be cold. Most likely we will have snow. Bring a coat.

Make your reservations now. There is a nice campground in Cascade Colorado at the foot of Pikes Peak called Lone Duck. That would be a 2nd choice.

Muller State Park would be my 3rd choice. But they do not have full hookups. Just Elec. About 30 minutes to Colorado Springs. A great campground. They will have snow in May at that elevation.

Any question, I would be happy to help.

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I live near Colorado Springs. My 1st choice would be Cheyenne Mountain State Park. If you pull up a map of that park, look for any of the sites that are on the right side of any of the 4 loops. If I remember right, everyone of those have a view. I would not stay at Garden Of The Gods RV Park. I have, won't do that again.

Also I would not plan on driving your RV up the toll road to Pikes Peak. This last summer they were doing busses from about half way to the top. There is construction going on at the top so very little parking. The Cog Railway is not open next year, so traffic is a problem. Ride the buss.

May in Colorado can be cold. Most likely we will have snow. Bring a coat.

Make your reservations now. There is a nice campground in Cascade Colorado at the foot of Pikes Peak called Lone Duck. That would be a 2nd choice.

Muller State Park would be my 3rd choice. But they do not have full hookups. Just Elec. About 30 minutes to Colorado Springs. A great campground. They will have snow in May at that elevation.

Any question, I would be happy to help.

Jim.

We have family in Colorado Springs and have stayed at Garden of the Gods RV Park for maybe 15 years. Our last stay was in 2016.

I agree with Jim 100% we will also never stay there again.
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